The Phantom Series has entered its ninth generation now.
Rolls-Royce has dropped the wraps on the 2023 Phantom Series II globally. The car, which is currently in its ninth generation, comes with a host of upgrades over the outgoing one. However, not a lot of those changes come in terms of design and cosmetics where the car largely remains the same.
The company has added a new garnish above the Pantheon Grille and above the LED DRL. Speaking of which, the grille has been slightly tweaked to look more modern and classy. The same changes now make the spirit of Ecstacy stand out more prominently.
The company has also updated the headlights which now come with bezel starlights. Rolls-Royce says that this was done to give a visual connection between the headlamps and the Starlight Headliner. The car also comes with new alloy wheels which are now made of stainless steel and come with a 3d design and triangular facets. The customer can choose between a fully polished or partially polished finish.
The car also comes with a new set of disc wheels which commemorate the 1920s Rolls-Royce cars. These are available in polished stainless steel and black lacquer. Customers who want to buy the car can get it with darkened chrome grille surround, black bonnet reins, windscreen surround and side frame finishers that come straight out of the factory.
The rest of the interiors are retained from the older model, which means it comes with reclining seats, Starlight Headliner, rear entertainment screens, a refrigerator, folding tray tables and much more. The new car is powered by a 6.75-litre petrol engine that produces 563hp and 900Nm through 8-speed automatic transmission.